The calendar says it’s spring, but temperatures in many parts of the country still dip below freezing. For boaters and anglers, these frigid temperatures can turn a cool-weather excursion into a boat-damaging nightmare without taking proper precautions. Mike Schoonveld explains.
“Freezing water is the danger, so drain everything ASAP after a late-winter or early-spring trip. There are three main areas of concern: the engine, the bilge and any water-holding compartments.” … [continued]
Just like preparing a boat for winter, it’s possible and wise to get your boat ready for spring with few expert tips and a little pre-planning.
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